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WATERBTJRY EVENING DEMOCRAT. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1900.
THE CfflLOKfAL TRUST CO,, watIIrbury, conn. . Capital m Surplus, $500,000. Legal CerJosltei-y for Courtahd Tfust Funds. .- Transacts -a-General TRUST BUSI NESS, Acts as Eexcutors, Adniin ' tstratovs, -...Guardians, Committee, Trosee, Receiver. Assignee, Hegls trar, Transfer and Fiscal Agent. Transacts ?t General BANKING BUSI NESS. lX-posiis received, subject to ' check .afc sight. ACTS AS TRUSTEE FOR RAIL ROADS AN D O TH EH MORTGAGES Takes Entire Charge of Ileal Estate. Office, 43 Center Street. HOURS: .a A. M. to li P. M. - OFFICERS: D. S.-PLCXIE. President. J. H. WHITTEMORE. 1st Vice-Pres. G. M. WOODRUFF. 2d Vice -Pres. LOUIS X. VAN KEUEEX, Scc-Treas. DIRECTORS: D.. S. Plume, C. F. Brooker, J. H. Whittemore, G. M. Woodruff, Carlos French, Franklin Farrel. A. M. Young, C. P. Goss, E. L. Frisble, Jr, Oeorg.? E. Terry, E, M. Bnrrall. OPENED. Professor Bailey has opened -the Sat urday afternoon Children's Dancing class. Special rates: 10 lessons, ?4. More thantheordinary attention usual ly accorded by first class instructors is given to deportment, and the all im portant calisthenic exercises so bene ficial to the young, growing bo'ly, and the only means whereby children real ly become graceful. Care, however, mast be taken that tliej- are given by an instructor of thoroughly conversant ability. All children participate in the several stage entertainments given dur ing the season. ' 108 BANK STREET. ice. iiiimiiiiuni SPRING LAKE ICE CO ""'flHOS. H. HAYES, Proprietor. ;' S7-39 BROOK STREET. Telephone 603-2. The only real Spring Water Ice in the City." .Special attention to family trade. O'Neil & Warner PRACTICAL - CARRIAGE - MAKERS and HORSE SROERS. Do Vow Want New spokes in your carriage wheels, new rims or tires, or your tires set or springs repaired; if you want your car riage prainted, or new cushions made, or' tOp; pnt on, or your horse shoed, you, can have everything done in one place by going to O'Neil & Woruer, where they have experienced men in every department. DON i' GO to shops where you can get only part of the work done and be obliged to go from shop to shop to finish it. 13-17 BROWN STREET. Get Your Fire-place Ready. If you don't, you'll be sorry one of these cold nignts. We have andirons in brass and iron from $2.50 and up wards.. 4 Portable Grates, Fenders, Spark Guards, Shovels and Tongs everything for the fireplace. Fifty designs of bard wood Mantels In our show .room a good one in oak with facing and ornamental center piece for $16.00. Open every night. CHARLES JACKSON & SON, 321 BANK STREET. North Willow Street. THREE FAMILY HOUSE. - TWO FAMILY HOUSE. ' Easy. terms. ' The Seeley & Upham Co., 48 SOUTH WILLOW ST. ROOMS PAPERED D. Goldberg will paper an ordinary sized room with the latest designs in Wall . Paper, border and first class work, all complete, for ?2.o0 per room. Satisfaction guaranteed. Send postal or order for work to office or residence. 23 Abbott ave opp Methodist church One family house of eight rooms, witli large tot, on Burton street, $22, If you want a well drilled, or your old one has gone dry and you want it deepened, we can do it for you, and do it right. 104 BANK ST. SIGNS Of all descriptions at short notice. Thorough workmanship and reasonable prices. ;), ( Ed Ockels, Sign riaker OFFICE. 7 BROWN STREET.-' William T. Disley, 376 Bank Street. PLOWING, HEATING, T1RHIHG, METAL CORfilCfcS aud SKY-LIGHTS. Particulirj- attention given to altera tioa and olodernizing of bouse plumb ing. Estimates cheerfully furnished. ' SEK MY SHOW ROOM OP ' ' PLUMBING FIXTURES. . Bvenino democrat ISSUED BY HE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY C. jVIai-onky. Editor. - MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Vcar. SS.JO One Month 42c Delivered by Carrier. ADVERTISING RATES. From one cent a word to 1.00 aa ncn. IteadinK Notices 15c to 25c a line. FRIDAY. OCTOBER li), 1000. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS FOR PRESIDENT, WILLIAM J. BRYAN. fob viCE-pr. iden r. ADLAI E. STEVENSON. GOVERNOR, SAMUEL L. li RON SON, Of New Haven. LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR. CYRUS G. BECK WITH, Of New Loudon. SECRETARY. JAMES P. AVOODRUFF, Of Litchfield. TREASURER. EDWIN C. PINNEY, Of Stafford. COMPTROLLER, WILLIAM L. HUNTTING, Of East Hartford. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. FHILO S. BEXXETT, of New Haven. ARCHIBALD McNEIL, of Bridgeport. JOHN W. COOGAN, of Hartford. FRED P. BURR, of Middletown. SIMEON A. WHEATON, of Eastford. NATHANIEL, B. STEVENS, of Win chester. FOR CONGRESS. 1st Dist .T. P. Tuttle, Hartford. 2d Dist Oliver Gildersleeve, Portland. 3rd Dist J. H. Potter, Killingly. 4th Dist C. P. Lyman, Washington. SENATORIAL. 2d Dist C. W. Cowles, Manchester. 4th Dist Charles W. Eaton. Bristol. rth Dist W. Kennedy. Naugntuck. 8th Dist James P. Bree, New Haven. 9th Dist C. B. Orandall. Stnnington. 10th Dist N. B. Lewis. Norwich. 11th Dist James A. Way. East Lyme. 12th Dist A. W. Noble. New Canaan. 13th Dist R. II. Golden, Norwalk. 15th Dist M. J. Houlihan. Newtown. 10th Dist Jerome AVarren. Putnam. 21st Dist Heber I. Thayer. Hadrtam. 22d Dist Richard Davis, Middletown. JUDGE OF PROBATE. Robert A. Lowe. Waterbury. The people of Waterbury have an illustration of the power of the trusts which are prospering and growing fat under the McKinley administration. Four years ago the spoon factory at the north end of the town was doing a big business, and many of the employes joined in the republican demonstra tions before aud after McKinley's elec tion. To-morrow morning the whistle of this same factory will toot for the last time. It has been completely wiped out by the trust. McKinley loudly disclaims imperial istic tendencies and he tells his critics that he has been guided only by the loftiest and most unselfish sentiments in his policy. However, his attitude and disclaimers suggest a current dia logue. "I think yo's kind ob guilty," said Mlstah Smiff, " 'cause de shoe pinches a little." "No," said Mistah Brown, indignantly, "De shoe don't pinch dis chile." "Oh, well," said Mis tah Stuiff, "yo's guilty anyways, 'cause if it 'don't pinch it fits, so dar you is." Possibly the imperialistic shoe does not pinch the major, but it is a wonderfully neat fit. The republican papers have made a great hue and cry about the courts particularly the supreme court, and any reference to them by democratic papers or democratic platforms has sent the republican editors into a state of frenzy. Perhaps no organ has been louder or more excited on this ques tion than the New Haven Leader, and yet it does not hesitate to question the 'highest legal tribunal in our own state. In regard to the conviction of Yanz at New Haven the Leader last night said: "The verdict surprised everybody, the general expectation being that man slaughter, would be the measure of crime decided, upon by the jury. Evi dently the jury believed that the shoot ing was deliberate and not performed under uncontrollable passion, and un doubtedly was hastened to this conclu sion by the charge of Judge Wheeler, who made the astonishing declaration that even If the shooting was done be cause of the passion aroused by sight of -a criminal act, the shot following the discovery almost immediately, it would be murder. This part of the judge's charge will doubtless be, con sidered by a higher tribunal, and such consideration may- result in a new trial. Law does not always seem to be justice." . Speaking of the wages paid to em ployes in some of our ne"w possessions, E. H. Crosby, a writer in the American Federationist, saya that "either wages will fall here to the 12Vfc-cent level or our factories- will be moved bodily to our new possessions and our working men left to starve. Bishop Poster of New York has just been in the Philip pines, and he tejljs us that the Filipinos take kindly to o,ur factory system. Poor Filipinos: So do mice take kind ly to cheese in a bap. The system will prove a curse to them as it has al ready proved to the girls of Mansourah and at tV..;:;ame time it will impoverish our American wage-earners at home. It may be said that the natives are not forced to work. But this is not true. When their cupidity is not sufficient to make them toil, means are found to compel them. This has already been done in the mines of South Africa,- and the British government imposes taxes upon the natives there with the avowed object of forcing them to seek employment in the mines for the pur pose of raising money to pay the tax, that being the only way open for them to earn money. The same plan will doubtless be adopted by our capitalists in the Philippines if it turns out that Bishop Potter is mistaken and that the Filipinos do not take kindly to factory work. We are told that we ought to establish a. stable government in the Philippines'. That is precisely what we ought not to do. It is the lack of stable government which prevents cap ital from going to countries where peo ple are willing to work for starvation wages. It is an automatic arrange ment of nature that in uncivilized conn tries franchises and monopolies are not well cnougli protectpd for capital to risk itself. If this were not so, all manufacturing industries would seek at once the country of cheapest wages, other things being equal, and the star vation of the home population would follow. It is best for the world that the government of such countries should not be too stable, and by insist ing upon a stable government in the Philippines we are doing our best to throttle our own interests. It is clear ly the interest of all wage-earners to oppose imperialism root and branch, and if they have any doubt on the sub ject let them consider the cotton op eratives of Egypt." A GORGEOUSLY BOUND Work of art has just been issued at an outlay of over $100,000, for which the publishers desire a manager in this county,, also a good solicitor; good pay to the right party. Nearly loo full-page engravings, sumptuous paper, illuminated covers and bind ings; over -iM golden lillies in the Morocco bindings; nearly 50 golden roses in the cloih bindings. Sells at sight; presses running day and night so great is the sale. Christian men and women making fortunes taking orders. Rapid promotions. .One Christian woman made clear $500 iu four weeks taking orders among her church acquaintances and friends. Write us. It may lead to a permanent position to manage our business and look after our large correspondence, which you can attend to right at your home. Address. J. A. Knight, secretary, Corcoran building, opposite United States treasury, Washington, D. C. HEARD IN PASSING Teddy's attempt to explain why he ran awa.v from the prosecution of the ice trust was not a success. Mr McKinley shudders every time the wind blows from the direction of the Ben Harrison ice wagon. Democrats have nothing to fear from republican bvsigand bluster and every thiug -to fear.'from Hanna's corruption fund.. The trust question has got the repub licans of Connecticut badly scared, owing to the large number of work men in the. state who have been thrown out of good jobs by the trusts. Riciia ydrGroker, who is managing the democratic campaign in New York city, expresses satisfaction with the registration, and still says the citv will give Bryan and Stevenson 100,000 ma jority. Really Mr.Payne, Boss Hanna's sub stitute at republican headquarters, must be losing his grip. He actually concedes Bryan 115 electoral votes, and declares that he has even chances for carrying Delaware, Kentucky. Marv land, Nebraska. Nevada and Utah, and six out of ' a J possible ten chances to carry Colorado. Idaho and Missouri Every one of these states will be found in the Bryan column. The New. York meeting was, how ever, another clear exhibition of Mr Bryan's phenomenal genius for cam paigning. It is doubtful if American politics ever produced a man- who could undergo the physical, mental and vocal wear and tear which is his every day in the week. It lias aged him in appearance until" lie looks ten years older than he' is,, but it has not broken him in health and vigor. The ease with which he complied with the require ments of the biggest demonstration, the most complicated and extensive of political organizations in the world, coultl arrange for him, at the close of a. hard fought campaign, must stand sis the most remarkable, chapter in his four years of campaigning. New Ha ven Register. " - - " .3PC3S?.a.u3k,. deara the nature of i lb Kwl You Have Always Eaugflt FLUSTERED. The wedding ceremony had proceed ed to the critical. point. The bride, con trary to expectations, was cool arid composed, but It was plain that the groom was nervous. "Who gives this young lady away?" asked the minister, and the father at ouce stepped for ward. Taking the hand of his daugh ter, he tried to place it in the hand of tin; groom. But theie was a hitch. What had gone on smoothly the even ing before at the rehearsal was now the stumbling .4 ..block. The father blushed up to the roots aud the bride was losing her composure. The groom did not seem to notice that something was wrong, nor did he take iu the situation until the ushers giggled. Then be looked, aud there, clutched tightly In his hand was. not the white-gloved hand of the bride, but the hand of the father, over the middle finger of which he was trying to force the ring. After some little embarrassment he succeed ed in putting the ring where it Ih.--lougetl. Detroit Free -l'ress. Buchanan, Mich.. Mav 22. Genesee Pure Food Co., Le Roy, N. Y.' Gentlemen : My mamma has been a great coffee drinker and has found it ery injurious. Having used several packages of your GRAIN-O, the drink iiiat lanes me piace oi coffee, she finds it much better for herself and for us children to drink. She has given up coffee drinking entirely. We use a package of Grain-O every week. I am, ten years old. Yours respectfullv, FANNY WILLIAMS. CANNED GOODS. ' Many cases of poisoning are report ed from the eating of canned goods and a great ado is made about the dan ger of canned goods. As a fact many of these cases of reputed poisoning are due to the carelessness of those who use the goods and not to the negli gence or criminality of those who pre pare them. As soon as a can of food is opened rhe contents should be at once emptied into an earthen dish and placed in a cool place. Any "left overs" should be treated in the same way. The contents should never be left in the cans longer than is re quired to open and empty them. Canned food, which is almost without exception food when opened, spoils very quickly after opening, more espe cially if left In the can and not kept cool. If this simple precaution is loloked to canned food will seldom cause trouble. Season. "Tie April in November, If you will make it so, Or Maytime in Decfmbcr, Despite the lulling; snow. If only you'll remember 'our smiles make roses blow. "Tis spring in autumn weather, If you will sing all day. And smiles and songrs together Turn winter into May; The snow will be like heather, If only you are gay. Charles Hanson Towne, in Youth's Companion. For Infants and ChiVlvcn. the Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of gj UNION Xm MADS If yon have been pay ing 85.00 for elioea, a trial of V. T. Don--las S3.0O shoes will convince you that they are Just as gotxl in every wnv anil cost l.SO less. Over 1,000,000 wearara. One pair of W.I... Doa- m Va.5U Htine will positively out 1 wear two pairs of ordinary ' FAcrnTiwoiSByLN. ,r)j53.50 shoes -".BKOCKTON,-; tVs are the larirest makers and retail ers of men's S3.50 shoes in the world. -Ve make and sell more fS3.50 shoes than any other two manufacturers in the IT.S. The reason more W. I Douglas $3.50 shoes are sold than any other make is because they are the best that can be made. They fit like custom made shoes. Thestyle is the best and always up to date. We sell direct from fac tory to wearer through our 61 stores in tlie lurge cities. The extra muktleman's profits that others have to charge we Rdii to the qual ity, and give to the wearers of Mr. U louglag saOBhoea. BEST 3.50 SHOE BEST 3.50 SHOE The reputation of W. L. Douglas $3.50 shoes for style, comfort, and wear is known everywhere throughout the world. They have to give better satis faction than other makes, because the standard has always been placed so high that the wearers expect more for their money than they can get elsewhere. W1TERBURY STOKE, 83 BilK STREET People's Market Spring Lamb, Chicken, Veai, Mut- ton, Chicago Dressed Beef nd Na- tive Beef. . The finest quality of Vegetables. Always fresh. ' "THE OLD RELIABLE." , Is the largest in the city and keeps the largest stock' to select from. S, BOHL, Proprietor 6-1 SOUTH MAIN ST. Telephone Ol'Uui'a l'tuiuolly Atteudud. 3.S0 SHO KIWIBALL School " Music The following branches are taught by the very best teachers: PIANO, ORGAN, HARMONY, MUSICAL KINDERGARTEN, VOCAL CULTURE, VIOLIN, MAN- ' DOLIN, GUITAR, CORNET, SIGHT READING, DANCING AND DEPORTMENT, Recitals and Sight Reading Classes are free to pupils of the school. Our Fall Openy ing Sale We mean the OPENING of our Fall and Winter Men's, Boys', Women's Misses and Children's Boots and Shoes IT'S THIS WAY: We do the larg est shoe business in Waterbury. Wtien we buy we must take big quantities of each kind to get the lowest possible prices. We want to impress very forcibly upon all the fact that we are headquarters for Good and Up to Date FOOTWEAR, and .that there is not another store in the entire country that quotes as low prices or gives as good values. At present we are show ing some splendid lines in fall and winter shoes at prices much below what they will sell for in mid season. - AYe guarantee satisfaction in every case. Try us once and we can always sell you your SHOES. Boston Shoe Store, 155-157 SOUTH MAIN ST, WATfiRBURY. L. TRUDELL, PRACTICAL FURRIER Fur Goods Ladies' Sealskin Jackets to order Repairing. 103 South Main Street, Hold On, Th erei If you want to read a serial story that will interest you thoroughly, then be sure and read our new serial Warrior Gap By General Charles King. 4 Copyrighted, and published in this paper by special arrangement. Look out for the first installment, which v Wilt Appear in Oar Next Issue. GAS TO BURN FOE ALL PURPOSES. GAS ENGINES, any desired power. GAS STOVES, for cooking or heat ing. GAS BURNERS, all approved kinds. All most cheerfully shown, and all information and estimates cheerfully imparted to all who will call. The United Gas Improvement Go . .1 50 Grand Street. ; . PENMANSHIP. PROFESSOK HOLLEY Teaches every pupil to write a fiue rapid, business hand. In a course of 16 private lessons and no. failures. All kinds of pen work executed in the highest degree of art. .. 107 BANK SXREEX. ' $ .. - --. .,: : - ....... Will catch you out in the park one of these nights Inthat Summer . Suit, and no matter how warm your heart is, or how closely your best X - girl "snuggles," yon are bound to catch old, and then coHje tuisry J and a doctor's bill that will am ount to twice the pric of a good, wb Fall Suit. But you say your fin anclal condition does not enable you -j. to get it! This is because you don't know how. Hundreds of peopls were in the same fix as your are. Did You Notice. I how many were out in brand new light Overcoats? Did you aotiee how many were out in new Fall Suits the last two weeks? Aud yet they were not better off finan cially than you are, but they know our credit system and tell their fri ends about it. A young man is ad-" mired, not for the ice cream he buys, but for the appearance he makes. This you can obtain by putting yourself In a Fall Overcoat, Suit, Hat or Shoes, which we sell on week Iy payments. Credit Clothing Co 62 BANK MOKE $v.T T-nrrvfP11;Q To-morrow we offer another lot of those Umbrellas that caused such a stir in the UMBRELLA trade. This is the greatest Umbrella opportunity ever offered. A Fine Fast Black Um brella, 39c. Every Umbrella guaran teed. RE-CO ATERING and REPAIR ING with the best Gloria Silk,, from 65c tip. 179 BANK STREET, COR GRAND. WATERBURY UMBRELLA MFG. CO Cottage Bread The sal" of this, now famous, bread has been so large that it has been im possible to make it fast enough t1) sup ply the oemand. We are enlarging our caoaclty as fast as posible, and in a few days we will be able to supply your wants. We take this means or explaining to you why your grocer was obliged to j disappoint you so many times the pasi j month. t jTrott Baking Co. J. H. fV.ulvilie, UNDERTAKER, 1- UNLUAL DIRECTOXi AND EiiiiA:.: Residence, 397 East Main street. Store, St Patrick's Block, liu L.v.. way. Telephone at store aud residence. All Sizes; Best m the Market. All of our Coal is Clean and Well Screened. For terms and prices call on . John McEIligott, YARD FIELD STREET. Orders may be left at Schott's fish market. 134 South Main street, Geddes:s drug store, Brooklyn. and at . . . ANNOUNCEMENT . . . Mr Joseph H, Mooney Having recently returned from Italy, where he has been studyiug'the art of singing under 11 Signor Carlo Moretti, Is prepared to take a limited num ber of pupils at his new studio in the New England Engineering Co's build ing. Two Rooms In Milford Building center street, for office or building purposes. Also, One tenement, four rooms. One tenement, five rooms. All modern improvements. J. W. Gaffney, , 10 EAST MAIN ST. OAKV1LLE CO MAKERS O-. Wire and Metal Goods. V. O. Freight at a -Express. Address Oakville, Conn.' Telegraph Address Waterbury, Conn. New York Ottica, 48 Howard Street. DR R. C. JONES, . y..s.; -Residence, 23 Johasou Si rcet, Water bury Conn. Office. City Lumber '& Coal Co, 03 B:suk St. Telephone. .., . - - v -. . t . t STREET. SPECIAL TO-NIGHT... -m- A POPULAR TWO-STEP, "AMERICAN NAVY" given away, also the copyright music at 10c per copy. Call and examine onr great bargain in a PIANO, only a short time In use. -11- I i Poibes' IVIUSIC HoiiSC Cor South Main aud Scovill Sits. ! (Up one Flight.) iTIiB 2S3 Hortii Main. Hah ; i'o ir ri'iht. Let us . jut corn- nleted. Wal! Paper. We hsvo dou'. :!-. .! vc.v r-.:e'.t room and will show about Octoler l"th as large and complete a i-to-i: as you can find in Waterbury. Mouldings to match. We have a iinplet3 stjck of first quality GLASS. All sizes, in fact, everything in the Paint or Wall Paper line at prices that are sure to interf-t you. Come up to the New- Marble Blpq and see us . It will pay. The F. W. DAINSCo, PAINTERS AND DECORATORS, 288 North Main St. Agents Chilton Paint's. ' " Education Those who desire a better should attend the education Day or Night School. OF THE Waterbury RiisiiiRss llnivp.raitv New . pupils commence, every Monday morning and evening. Send or call for cat alogue. - " - V -; . :- ' . 108-130 Bank Street.